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... had no seat numbers so we picked some and thought how nice. Then we were told to move.....to the back right next to the smelly toilet...our hearts sunk. Then it got worse. A man was sat behind us and as we soon learnt, he was very creepy. At first we made conversation with him but he didn't speak english and we don't speak Indonesian or any of the languages spoken on each island so it was a pretty dead end situation...but he wouldn't give up! then he leant forward over the ...
... one around! We had lapped the temple before deciding to climb to the top which took a lot longer than expected - our celebrity status had obviously come back to haunt us. With no overestimation we probably took over 100 pictures either together or separately - it wasn't a particularly enjoyable experience! The views from the top where impressive as you could look out to the mountain ranges nearby and the air felt fresh and clean. Trying to avoid the crowds we left the immediate ...
... off and it wasn't. You cannot look
up the trains online which is slightly irritating as I wanted to know how much
the train was and therefore how much we were paying for the transfer. When we
got on the transfer and they gave us our train tickets I realized we were
paying a lot, the train was only 55000, *******s and all the other tourist had
a similar reaction unsurprisingly there were no Indonesians on our transfer.
There was a ...
... I went to the Gili Air which is in Lombok. As I mentioned, Lombok has the reputation for being as awesome as Bali used to be before Bali became super touristy. I wasn't disappointed this time. Gili Air is my favorite destination so far on the trip. It's a small island. There are around 1,000 families who live there - and you can walk the circumference in an hour. It offered the perfect mix of authentic local culture while still having enough tourist amenities. Cars ...
... leave anything behind except foot prints." After which, he tell us to pray. Kind of weird.
Floating on the rubber float, we started to explore the cave. We saw the rock and crystal formation which is quite interesting. Towards the end of the cave tubing, you can have a nice swim before heading back.
Second Stop: Goa Jomblang
After much consideration, my sister and I deciding to try our Jomblang Cave or Goa Jomblang.
This is quite a expensive ...